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Bell Cambridge

Study in Cambridge, an historic city famous for its academic excellence, at our beautiful Bell campus.

Our school

Our Cambridge school has been home to Bell for nearly 65 years; it offers a picturesque study environment and a supportive student community. Located within easy reach of the historic city centre, it features impressive study, social and leisure facilities including a large contemporary learning centre, student games room and indoor and outdoor dining areas.

A world-class university city

Cambridge is a traditional university city with a global reputation for academic excellence. Over a fifth of its residents are students, giving the city a modern, cosmopolitan feel and the streets are full of fascinating museums, diverse restaurants and quirky shops. An inspirational setting for your studies, past students of the city include Sir Isaac Newton, Professor Stephen Hawking and Charles Darwin.

Location and contact information

Red Cross Lane

Contact information

Course and sales enquiries

Telephone: 0044 1223 275598


Telephone: 0044 1223 278800


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Cambridge courses

Courses at Bell Cambridge

Improve your English, develop your exam skills, prepare for university and train to become a teacher.

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School facilities

The Bell campus features outstanding study, social and leisure facilities.


Travel information

Our school is easily accessible from all London airports and St Pancras International.

Students eating in their kitchen in Tripos Court


Choose from modern student residences or welcoming family homestays.

Study Centre
Outdoor dining area
Cambridge exterior
Study in stunning grounds
Student common room
King's College Cambridge
UFP graduation
Uni + You: our Higher Education fair
Dining room

News and learning resources

Celebrating 50 years at Bell - Robert's Bell story

Meet our teacher Robert Mathews and join us as we look back at his 50 years teaching and life at Bell.

Fighting deforestation with language

Meet Iris, a former Bell Cambridge student, who is using English to fight deforestation in the Svydovets massif in the Carpathian mountains.

E-gate warning to students travelling from Japan, South Korea and Singapore

The UK Home Office has recently extended the use of e-gates to some non-EU countries. 

Short-term students, however are advised NOT to use the e-gates.

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Historic university city:

Founded in 1209, The University of Cambridge is the second-oldest university in the English-speaking world.